Need: Support required for combating trafficking on Indian borders
Trafficking at Indian borders sticking to Nepal, Myanmar and Bangladesh is on rise now-a-days and has become a serious problem particularly for both India and Nepal. A big number of girls are trafficked from these countries to India every day from these countries under the garb of false marriages and/or employment and pushed in to flesh trade in the red light areas based in metro cities like Mumbai, Kolkata and Delhi. Consequently they shortly become victim of HIV/AIDS and other kinds of STDs.
After having got experience of working on HIV/AIDS and combat trafficking in Katihar, Araria and Kishanganj districts of Bihar in India for past many years Welfare India strongly feel that vigilance cum counseling center is essentially required to be established here in order to check the inhuman trafficking of innocent poor women. Also rehabilitation activities are need to be started for those who are emancipated from the net of the traffickers and brought back to their home but not accepted by the parents or husbands’ family